Chipman, Nathaniel, 1752-1843Alternative names
American judge, chief justice of the supreme court of Vermont from 1790-1791, 1796-1798, and 1813-1816; he was also instrumental in Vermont's ratification of the Constitution.
From the description of Letters : to Jesse Gade, 1838-1841. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63937074
Nathaniel Chipman was a U.S. Senator from Vermont from 1797-1803 and Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court.
From the description of Land deed in Fairfield, Vermont., 1788 July 28. (Vermont Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 654103640
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|creatorOf||Chipman, Nathaniel, 1752-1843. Letters : to Jesse Gade, 1838-1841.||Cornell University Library|
|creatorOf||Chipman, Nathaniel, 1752-1843. Land deed in Fairfield, Vermont., 1788 July 28.||Vermont Historical Society|
|referencedIn||Magoffin, James. Letter, 1801 March 23, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania] to Thomas Jefferson, n.p.||William & Mary Libraries|
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